What a lovely looking home and those trees and green lush grass. Looks like it could be out of a movie. Enjoy your weekend. Jacinta x
What a beautiful home! I love the moss in the trees.
Beautiful picture... lovely lightingJust perfect!Have a wonderful weekend
What a beautiful place to just "be"!!
What a breathtaking photo! Excellent moment :)http://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/2011/09/friday-moment.html#more
Breathtaking! I'd like to sit on those steps and watch kiddos cartwheeling on the lawn.
I love the way the trees frame the shot!Here's my moment:http://www.imjustthatway.com/2011/09/this-moment_16.html
How serene; I could stay all day! : )~Andrea
Oh, what a gorgeous home! LOVE it!
now this is what i miss about the south. nothing out here looks this way. as a kid we’d make wigs out of the spanish moss, redbugs and all. i love the grand home and the lawn! your’e making me homesick for some deep south!
aaaahhh! Tracey! this just made me jump. our photos are sooo similar aren't they? well, maybe not for you really, i guess this moss thing is typical for the south? you know we don't have this moss on the trees in germany (at least not this kind) so this sight was new to me when we visited Savannah last week. our photo was taken in a park in Savannah. I love how the moss looks like, kind of spooky. and i'm loving your photo!!
This is the beauty of the south I think. Makes me dream of plantations and cold iced tea ;).Happy weekend to you Tracey!xx oo
pretty. the grass looks well watered :-)
That looks like the epitome of the deep south! I love it. At first I thought it might be your house, but then I read all the comments...although I could imagine you strolling across that lawn with a parasol in hand. :)
This is one of those times I wish you could use words... where is this? Did you go or is this someplace you walk by and dream? Don't leave me hangin'!Blessings, Debbie
Is that your house? Its gorgeous! My picture is actually taken at the University of New Brunswick Art Centre. One of the pieces hanging (the blue one) is made by my husband. All of the little images and the images printed on silk are cyanotypes ~ a photographic process. He had this one piece in this show. He also had a solo show at a commercial gallery. I'll post about it soon. I have just got a final count for the Artist Trading Card swap. We need to make 35 cards ~ including one for yourself. It would be great to have them postmarked by September 30th. I'll send you an email soon with more details. Let me know if you have a question. Happy card-making!
i'm curious too tracey. lovely place, i would love to visit the south again.have a wonderful day dear.
I agree with MJ. Such a beautiful house!
This looks like a wonderful place to take a good book, pull up a lawn chair, and get some serious reading (or napping) done :)http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment_16.html
What a beautiful place. Have a wonderful weekend.xxx
Where is this gem? Your home? Your dream home? Love the drooping trees in the foreground.
Just love that Spanish moss-even though it's a parasite. ;)xo,Ang
How lovely - those trees are so dreamy! :)
I love it! Is this your place? So beautiful!those trees are gorgeous.
This landscape is so beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Cheers!
Is this your fabulous house?! What a beauty! Happy Weekend!
Girl. I hate it when you do this. Great pics and no words!!!!! What IS that awesome place? I can tell it's Southern cause I've been in those parts and I know that look! If that is your place, I am moving in STAT!C
This house reminds me so much of one in Arcadia, FL that I've had to stop and snap a picture of more than once. Beautiful!
Perfect lawn for croquet. I bet that beautiful house has a story to tell.
Great house. Looks like it belongs in a movie
Oh Wow! What a heavenly place!
Oh, so beautiful. I love your "This Moment" posts. Will you tell us more about that home?
Incredible. May I join you for a cup of tea on the steps?
It seems right out of a storybook. :)